Azure SQL Basics - Finding Azure SQL Databases in the Azure Portal@20aman Oct 20, 2019
Note that this post is a part of the series. You can view all posts in this series here: Azure SQL and Data Factory Basics - Index
Azure SQL Database is Microsoft's Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering for the Microsoft SQL Server Database. In the next few weeks, we will be going back to the basics and delving into this service from basic to intermediate. We will visit all it's nitty gritty's and understanding in detail what this service has to offer.
Let's start with where to find Azure SQL Databases with the Azure Portal.
Start by going to http://portal.azure.com and clicking on the “All services” as shown below.
It will open up the featured services on the screen as shown below. You can select the SQL Databases from the featured services and if it's not there then you can search in the search box as highlighted in the image.
The next screen will give the option to create SQL databases and you can see previously created SQL databases in the current subscription or selected subscription.
That's all there is to it.